If you are wanting 5 star luxury this is not what you are looking for. If you want a comfortable, clean, laid back place to stay that is great with families and inexpensive this is for you. Great pool for kids, just fine for adults too. You can bring you own food and drink to the pool, just no glass. Game room is open late and so is pool. 2 bdrm condo is really big. Great for families and the kitchen is great. Room services as well. No valet though and the hotel is a little older. Still in good condition though. The elevator is the worst thing about this hotel. It's super slow. We will stay again and probably suggest to out of towners.
My stay started off with the Ice Maker not working. When I contacted the front desk, I was told that it takes a while for the refrigerator to start producing ice. We had been traveling all day, it was hot outside, and there were no ice machines at the facility. When I asked about how I could get some ice, I was told that I could "purchase" some at their small convenience store. After 3 additional phone calls and a personal visit to the front desk, the 20+ year old led management team gave me a bag of ice. I might also add that after 2 technicians came and tinkered with the ice maker, (and brought more bags) of ice with them, the day we left, the ice maker was still NOT WORKING. (5 day stay) For all of the hostility I got from the assistant service manager and her crew, this should be a learning point.
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Perfect place to stay if you don't care to deal with the hassle of the strip. Comfortable, quiet, close to reasonable food, and minutes to the rental car return center.
Not a resort....only for those who enjoy a quiet, comfortable night's rest.
Property is conveniently located to freeway and Las Vegas strip. Property has 3 floors, nice, clean rooms, and friendly …More
It was convinient having the food, hotel, casino all in one place. We tried 3 different resturaunts and all three were excellent.
The room was comfortable, and compared to other hotels in the area it was a good value.
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